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David Edward Wilkins,
an American computer scientist and AI researcher at the SRI International Artificial Intelligence Center, where he has been since receiving his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1979 under thesis advisor John McCarthy. Using Patterns and Plans to Solve Problems and Control Search covers his chess program Paradise that used knowledge to replace and control search [1]. His further research has centered on planning and reasoning about actions, knowledge representation, and the design and implementation of artificial intelligence systems, including the state of the art AI planner SIPE-2: System for Interactive Planning and Execution [2] .
David E. Wilkins [3]

Selected Publications

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1979

  • David Wilkins (1979). Using Patterns and Plans to Solve Problems and Control Search. Ph.D. thesis, Computer Science Dept, Stanford University, AI Lab Memo AIM-329
  • David Wilkins (1979). Using plans in chess. In Proceedings of the 1979 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, (Tokyo, Japan), pp. 960-967.

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References

  1. ^ David Wilkins (1979). Using Patterns and Plans to Solve Problems and Control Search. Ph.D. thesis, Computer Science Dept, Stanford University, AI Lab Memo AIM-329
  2. ^ SIPE-2: System for Interactive Planning and Execution
  3. ^ David E. Wilkins homepage
  4. ^ Papers on Chess by David E. Wilkins
  5. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  6. ^ DBLP: David E. Wilkins

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